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What To Do When You Lose Your Appetite From Nervous Overeating Of Junk
Well..it may cause..: For example: heartburn can be perceived as a possible heart attack and thus can cause the person to be nervous/anxious/scared, but this just means it can trigger those symptoms, not causing the anxiety disorder itself. Having underlying anxiety disorder and having certain illnesses can make the anxiety worse over time. If severe/persistent, you can develop anxiety/depressive disorder. Consult doc. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Don't eat junk: There's nothing to do if you already ate junk. Obviously you should avoid it in the future. If it's just a bad habit, stay conscious of what you eat, don't have junk food at hand (try healthy snacks instead), and have family/friends support you. If nervousness is the underlying problem, check the many healthtap answers about how to handle nervousness or anxiety. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Feeling tired, loss if appetite and nervousness or anxiety. What can these symptoms be related to?
Many causes: There are many things that could cause these symptoms. Anxiety or depression could be the cause. You may also be dealing with anemia or thyroid disorder. Please see your doctor for an exam and some blood testing. if they do not find a physical cause for your symptoms they may suggest treating you for anxiety or depression. Seeing a counselor could help as well. Feel better soon. ...Read more
I lose control of my muscles as they contract & tense up for a couple of seconds after some sort of anxiety/nervousness stimuli. What is this called?
Focal dystonia: Golfers call it the yips.Get a more detailed answer ›
Since 2 dayas I am experiencing some kind of unreasonable fear like a fear of losing some one and also nervousness and suffocation.Is this manic?
Anxiety: Absolutely, if your nervousness has been long standing it is probably a learned way of reacting. Anxiety if often caused by misperceiving situations and interactions. Individual and group psychotherapy can be very helpful in lessening your nervousness. Best. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Stay active: Exercise is a great way to relieve stress. Your body releases endorphins during exercise, which can help you feel calm. If you exercise 30 - 60 minutes a day, your stress levels can improve. When stressed, take 5 slow, deep breaths with your eyes closed, then roll your shoulders forward 5 times, then back 5 times. This will slow your heart rate and release tension in your neck and shoulders. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See Below: Try to identify things that you can control and things you cannot control. Work on things that you can control, and let go of things that you can't. Establish routines for yourself-- it helps make environment more predictable. Do relaxation, self-care, sleep hygiene. Find a therapist to help you guide through the process. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Multiple ways: Some things you can do on your own: meditation, yoga, tai chi, breathing exercises, etc. Stop all stimulants (caffeine, etc). Others require professional help. If your anxiety is "constant" it merits evaluation by your doctor. Many conditions can create or exacerbate anxiety, including medications. If all this is clear, a psychiatrist or psychotherapist can help with more focused treatments. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No Fun.: Sounds like no fun. Start with thorough medical evaluation to include adrenal hormone and neurotransmitter testing. Lifestyle (sleep, diet, exercise, relaxation, yoga, meditation). Love psychotherapy. I prescribe meds temporarily as last resort. Targeted Amino Acids (eg 5-htp, taurine, glycine), gaba support, l-theanine, passiflora, inositol) also safe and effective. Good luck. ...Read more
That's the way it is: People differ to the degree of physical experience they have from emotions and some folk are especially sensitive to bodily sensations. You might be. But emotions are physical. The nervous system and brain exchange messages with all other parts of our bodies. The emotions you name are not the happiest - perhaps it could help to talk to a therapist to protect your body from things that trouble you. ...Read more
What is the difference between nervousness and anxiety, if there really is one? Is anxiety a higher degree of nervousiness?
Semantics: People describe nervousness but medically it is called anxiety. Anxiety can be related to certain events and can be normal. If excessive or impacting functioning, sleep or affecting body such sa crampos, mucle tichness, shaking, intestinal problems- you may need an ssri that increases serotin. Good luck! ...Read more
I'm struggling with a sense of constant nervousness and alertness. I can't seem to calm down ever, even in my own home. What's going on?
Anxiety, eval needed: Symptoms include those described, as well as restlessness, agitation, worry, problems with sleep. Many factors contribute: life events/stressors, medications, caffeine/substance use/supplements, and medical conditions. Anxiety not tied to anything is referred to as generalized anxiety. Recommend seeing a doctor for eval to rule in/out anxiety vs medical conditions. A link about anxiety is attached ...Read more
What can i do when i have sharp pricking pain around my back and body when i feel any anxiety,nervousness and when am in a hot place.pls wat can i do?
- Talk to a doctor online
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